LA Dream Center Encourages Monthly Pledges for Their Residential Programs

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Dream Center was excited to offer a way to participate in the nationwide effort of giving back this Giving Tuesday. This year, they’re looking for additional monthly donors to help support their residential programs benefiting homeless families, veterans and those recovering from addiction.

The Los Angeles Dream Center is excited to offer a way to participate in the nationwide effort of giving back this Giving Tuesday.

With a monthly commitment of $10, $25 or $50, the Dream Center can do much more to serve the communities around them. It can mean one more meal or one more bed for a family in need.

“I love that in our culture we carve out a day dedicated to giving thanks; I also love this new tradition of a day where we’re encouraged to be generous with our blessings,” said Dream Center co-founder Matthew Barnett.

“As we reflect on a long weekend filled with thankful hearts and time with family, it’s time to take a moment and think about the ways we can pass our blessings on to others. The Dream Center is a place where people can come as they are, and are shown a path forward to fulfilling the calling they were created to embrace. And donors can be confident that every dollar pledged is going to radically transform lives, now and for eternity!”

Those interested in committing to a monthly pledge can do so here.


About the Los Angeles Dream Center

The Los Angeles Dream Center is a faith-based non-profit organization located in Echo Park, dedicated to transforming lives and underserved communities in the city of Los Angeles. By offering residential and outreach programs to individuals, families and communities in the areas of homelessness, hunger, poverty, addiction, domestic violence, education, and human trafficking, the Dream Center is committed to enabling immediate and long-term transformation. The Dream Center welcomes those in need into our community completely free-of-charge with the resources, training, and support they need, regardless of faith, age, gender, orientation, nationality, or any other defining factor.


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